We are not open on a daily basis. We are only open for riding on Scheduled days. If you are looking to only practice, look for events that say Organized Practice on our 2023 Race Schedule.
On organized practice days we have an EMT present, Yellow Flaggers, and the track is prepped. Groups are broken down by size - it is not a free for all! Groups rotate every 15 minutes.
The folowing gear is mandatory:
RACE DAY FEES:
GATE ADMISSION: This is your entry fee to enter the facility.
$8 per person, per day
4 years & under - Free
RACE ENTRY FEE: This is your cost to enter yourself (or your minor child) as a participant into a competition event.
$30 per class, per event.
Organized Practice Fees:
Gate Admission: This is your entry fee to enter the facility.
$5 per person, per day
$30 per rider, per event
We do not charge for camping. In order to camp you must purchase an armband for the following day. For example, a Saturday wristband only authorizes you be to in the facility through the end of Saturday's nights events. If you camp, without the purchase of the following days armband, there is a $2 convenience fee per person, making your gate fee $10 per person for that day when our staff comes to your camper. If you purchase a one day band and decide to camp you can return to the gate before it closes for the night and purchase an armband for the following day.
If you are participating in an event that is AMA Sanctioned you will need an AMA Membership. To determine if an event is AMA Sanctioned simply go to our racing schedule. If "AMA Sanctioned" appears by the event date, you will need an AMA card. The link to join online is on our home page, or you can join easily by calling 1-800-AMA-JOIN.
A Reads Membership is a
It is NOT a Club.
It is NOT Required.
Cost: $45 per rider, per year.
Benefits: Reads Members save $5 on every entry fee, including organized practices. If you plan to participate in 9 events throughout the summer, you make your money back!
IF you qualify for an award in the Summer Series at the Annual Reads Racing Awards Banquet and you are a Reads Member, you will receive a Hoodie in addition to your award. One Hoodie per rider.
If you are not a Reads member, you will still receive your award, just not the Hoodie.
In a Grand Prix participants race for a specified amount of time.
In motocross participants race for a set number of laps.
A Grand Prix runs on the MX track and some trails and pasture lands.
A motocross event runs on the MX track only.
Grand Prix's have a flag start.
Motocross Races use a Mechanized back fall starting gate.
Dogs are allowed at Hangtime MX Park and Trojan MX.
They MUST be kept on a leash at all times.
Dogs are never allowed in the staging/starting area or on the track!
At Hangtime MX Park Dogs are not allowed in Kiddie Land.
Small Campfires are allowed.
NO BOARDS WITH NAILS
Please do not burn trash in your fires.
Awards are handed out at each event! Sometimes Plaques, sometimes Trophies.
All 50's and Mini Quads get awards.
Youth Classes: Top 2 always get awards, 1 Award for every 3 riders after that.
Ex: 9 riders = 3 Awards
1st Place Guaranteed
1 Trophy per 3 Riders after that.
Ex: 6 Riders = 2 Trophies
A classes payback 80%.
1 payback per 2 riders.
EX: 1-2 Riders = 1 payback position
3-4 Riders = 2 payback positions
5-6 Riders = 3 payback positions, etc.
Yes! Unless an event is specifically advertised as "Bikes Only" Quads are welcome!
They MUST have a working tether cord and Nerf bars. Sorry, we cannot make exceptions to these safety rules.
Quads must be "Racing" quads. No sport utility quads. If it has racks, it is not eligible.
Additionally, you need to visit the Racing Classes page and make sure if you have a youth quad racer, the cc displacement falls within the appropriate age range. It is NOT a run what you brung situation. We don't want to see anyone waste a trip, be disapointed, etc. The ages and safety requirements are non-negotiable.